After you draw really tiny patterns or shapes, how can you copy and transfer them to another white paper without tracing paper?

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  • Tim D
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    1 month ago
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    Carbon paper

    Scanning and printing

    Grid, measure and copy

    Scanning and projecting

    Nearly all of these will be frustrating depending on the quality of the original and what you want to do with it.

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  • 1 month ago

    Easiest way to do it was to tape the original to a window, lay a new sheet of paper over it and use that as guidelines to redraw it. It's a free 'lightbox'.

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  • 1 month ago

    The best way would be to so such projects with a printmaking process like engraving, etching , or lithograph. There are ways like rubbing graphite over the bottom side of the drawing and then redrawing the patter over another piece of payer to transfer it which is similar to tracing but without using tracing paper. Another printmaking process that would work is photo silk screening it.

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